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and keeping the economy growing. all of it goes back to the looming fiscal cliff. $700 billion in tax hikes that will take place on january 1st unless there's a deal. >> he's going to reach out in a bipartisan way. . he's going to stick to his position on the revenues, but say we have to work together and i'm willing to do my share and lead my party. >> that 396 referring to the bush tax cuts. to make a deal, the president will need to work with congress, especially house republicans and they have been opposed to tax increases. we will hear from john baoehner too for the republican party. >> raising taxes on small business people is the wrong prescription. >> raising tax rates is unacceptable. and frankly it couldn't even pass the house. putting increased revenues on the table but through reforming our tax code. >> i want to bring in ruth marcus, columnist at "the washington post" and perry bacon, an msnbc contributor. what's your sense of this? are we setting up for a feisty but doable deal? but is it also possible we're in for a battle of epic proportions? >> yes to both ques
about, you know, what students get in debt, like that's the biggest problem in the economy? it's crazy. >> there's also an irony here, too, because mitt romney represents the forces within our society who get, if you want to call them gifts, the most gifts. the defense industry, he was prepared to say he will increase the deficit to give you more. the elderly who mainly voted for mitt romney, if you want to look at the apportionment of government spending, get a far disproportionate share. most of the quote, unquote gift if you want to call it that, they're mostly going to the people who voted for mitt romney, red states who are basket cases, wards of the blue states. >> we're not against that. >> jared, final word to you. >> from the very beginning, it always looked to me like mitt romney and his minions looked down at the american economy and decided rich people don't have enough, and i just think that's not the economic analysis that's going to move this country forward. >> absolutely. >> and i'll bet he wasn't saying that when the olympics were asking for gifts from the federal gov
and direct government actions aimed at stimulating the economy of the people's republic. but it seems like very few people in the west have noticed. i have to tell you, our big industrial stocks, they're trading at valuations that assume a depressed chinese economy, one that's not going to get any better. look, that's just wrong. it's not empirical. it's not rigorous. we just got some data overnight which showed that china's exports have climbed to a five-month high. that is not something you see from an economy that is about to crash and burn, is it? i'm not saying that china is fabulous and should be jumping for joy because of the state of their economic climate. but i am saying that the chinese negatives seem to be priced into all things china related. the chinese economy, i think, is in the process of bottoming. and based on what's been happening, i think it will have the kind of gentle, soft landing that very few investors, particularly the short sellers, are expecting. in other words, china is far from great. it's a heck of a lot better than the vast majority of people think. a lot o
is offering the republicans. at some point, and i don't know how much we have to damage the economy before that, republicans will do something they haven't done in years and vote for a tax increase. >> thank you both. >> thank you. >> coming up, the fallout from karl rove's $300 million fail is getting humorous. wait until you hear the new plan. >>> and breaking tonight for the first time we are hearing what mitt romney really thinks about why he lost. you will not believe who he's blaming. stay with us. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. out for drinks, eats. i have very well fitting dentures. i like to eat a lot of fruits. love them all. the seal i get with the super poligrip free keeps
things resolved, get the economy back on track. but, i think it's undeniable based on the results in the house, in the senate as well as the presidency that people are supporting the idea of a more progressive version of the government designed to stand-up for the middle class and that we are all in this together and people aren't on their own and shouldn't be on their own. i'm hopeful the republicans in the house of representatives will come to the conclusion they can't continue to stand by a hard line position of no compromise. the one thing i think is clear is the american people want government to work and that's going to require compromise. >> the american people want government to work. wanting it doesn't make it so. ed, you are an outspoken supporter to mitt romney and a donor to a super pac. >> yes. >> i can understand how you feel about the presidential election because the person you were backing didn't win. when you look at the senate and congress and how congress is going to work with the president, how you interpret or understand the election results? >> one thing is
that can stop any economy in it's tracks. [ sound of train ] >> i mind why we aren't pummeled instead of being unchanged like yesterday is because there are factors that need to be flushed out on this show. ones that may explain why things aren't going the intuitive way. the market is hopeful a deal can be reached. i find this hope somewhat incredible given the terrible track record of congress and the president. and the huge goal between the parts. after all, if you are president obama, you believe the election is over and your campaign received a ringing endorsement. but if you are a republican, you have to believe that those republicans that do not want to rise above politics are banking on massive declines in spending to wreck the economy. if you are a republican, in permanent campaign mode, i'm sure one of your advisers is saying that going off the fiscal cliff might be the best thing in terms of the midterm election. worse, if you are a democrat, you might think the defense spending cuts could be coming and you might think that is good. there is a sense that those who want to st
in the united states and certainly the largest threat to the u.s. economy. >> meredith whitney was talking back in 2010 about a then- looming financial crisis involving state and local governments across the country. it was a debt crisis which some people believe could derail the recovery and require another big bailout package that no one in washington wants to talk about. >> the day of reckoning has arrived. that's it. and it's gonna arrive everywhere. time may vary a little bit depending upon which state you're in, but it's coming. [ticking] >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm steve kroft. in this edition, we look at three stories linked by the financial collapse of 2008. first, we examine a scam that's cost thousands of americans their homes. then we look into wall street's shadow market of credit default swaps. finally, a report on the perilous state of state finances. we begin with the foreclosure crisis. in the aftermath of the great recession, the huge number of foreclosed properties was a significant factor in weighing down the economy. many were stuck on the market for an unexpected
something. look at the jobless numbers that came out today. looking at the economy, things are not recovering as fast as people would like. looking at europe. the stock market dropped. in recent days everybody knows there's a real urgency to avoiding the fiscal cliff and doing something. i don't think the solution will necessarily be raising taxes on the top brackets. it seems like the loopholes are going to play a big role. capital gains, things like that. there may be an issue where they really go toe-to-toe on the tax rates and maybe there's wiggle room in the other areas. definitely an urgency to resolve this and set up the idea of overall tax reform in the coming years. >> standby, if you could. i want to bring in sheila jackson lee. so we were just talking about that with susan. would you be comfortable with the fiscal cliff that kept the rates the same but limited their deductions. >> you know, my main focus would be to ensure that the middle class are restored. in order to do that we cannot allow the bush tax cuts to continue. we must focus on saving medicare and so
that we could have a double dip recession if the economy gets the double whammy of massive spending cuts kicking in on january 2. and a big tax increases kicking in. the president celebrating in chicago. the sobering reality of governing is setting in here. the president is going to have a crowd of people, we are told, middle-class families who will be impacted by the fiscal cliff. the kind of thing you might see on the campaign trail, raising the question is whether or not the campaign continues. as the president tries to go directly to the american people and sell his case. john boehner said this is his moment. his opportunity to leave. shannon: i would like to play a little bit more about what john boehner has said. and then i would like to play more about what brett said about this. but first, what john boehner said to diane sawyer. >> raising taxes is the wrong prescription. >> raising tax rates is unacceptable. frankly, it could not even pass the house. shannon: bret baier is the anchor of special reporting. what is your reaction? we understand that the president will invite congre
line saying everything is up for negotiation. >> clearly, the deficit is a drag on our economy. and we can't continue to spend money we don't have. i don't want to box myself in or anybody else in. i think it's important for us to come to an agreement for the president, but this is his opportunity to lead. >> the senate has already passed legislation that would raise taxes on those making more than $250,000 while preserving the bush tax cuts for the middle class. the latest now on tuesday's election. the president's margin of victory has now increased. he now has a 51% edge over romney in the national popular vote. that is up from a tie that we saw on election night. but down in florida, they are still counting the ballots. officials have until noon today to submit unofficial results to the secretary of state. cnn has yet to project a winner there, but with 97% of precincts reporting, president obama has a lead over romney. the romney campaign has conceded the race in florida. and for the first time since superstorm sandy hit new york, the lights on the statute of liberty were on. it i
to demand house republicans pass a bill extending the tax cuts. wouldn't that be good for the economy? the president is open for compromise but he's not going to give away the store, not this year. he learned his lessons back in the lame duck section of congress. >> what i will not do is to have a process that is vague, that says we're going to sort of kind of raise revenue through dynamic store and the reason i won't do that is because i don't want to find ourselves in a position six months from now or a year from you-from-now the only way to close the deficit is to sock it to middle class families. >> now that is the classiest way i have ever seen anybody say, you know what, somebody's got to pick up the bar tabs, boys. this is what president obama ran against notice presidential election. mitt romney's approach to tax reform was trust me. the american public wanted specifics and president obama continued to give specifics today but the economy wasn't the only thing on the president's mind today. earlier in the day here's another development. ambassador to the united nations susan r
back to us expanding the economy though there was no evidence of that. romney's gift would have cost taxpayers money. obama's gift saved taxpayers money. >> talk about the splintering inside the republican party or what seems to be happening, you're a supporter of the jindal position which is more tolerant, less coated in racial rhetoric, do you think there's room in the republican party for both of these kinds of voices which is to say, one group of people which is you know karl rove is doubling down saying conservatives shouldn't abandon principles what they need to work on is messaging and bobby jindal advocating for a wholesale rethinking of what conservatism and what the grand old party means in the 2th century. >> i'm encouraged there are more voices and people in the party advocating i think on the jindal side of the argument. i think that -- i was glad in many respect is it was a definitive outcome, there wasn't a split vote on the electoral college and the popular vote. many republicans have gotten the message. they understand we need to get right on issues like immigration,
they could cripple the economy and trigger another recession. just a few hours from now, president obama underscores the urgency at the white house. his remarks could set the tone for upcoming negotiations with republican lawmakers. christine romans shows us how your money is in play. is your paycheck about to shrink? brianna keilar, three days after a bitter election, is either party really ready to budge? christine, nearly every american has money riding on this outcome, right? >> absolutely. the overall american economy does, too. let's talk about what the fiscal cliff is. starting in the beginning of the year because of a deal the congress did last year to raise the debt ceilings, all these things will go into play at the same time, big spending cuts, bush tax cuts expire, minimum tax cut goes away, payroll tax holiday goes away, unemployment benefits extension. whole bunch of things. middle income households making, say, $50,000 a year would see their tax bill rise $2,000. $2,000 for the year. immediately your paycheck, you would notice a change there o r overall, certainly in what
. and voters chose to continue to move forward with president obama. and his plan to rebuild the economy from the middle class out shs that's not just a talking point. that's a concept that americans embraced. >> you don't have a mandate unless you believe you have a mandate. if you negotiate like you have a mandate. are you confident or are democrats confident the president is going to draw the hard line when he has to. >> the president will not give back. and they have gone so far to say -- it doesn't get more clear than that. >> you mentioned bill crystal. when he steps up and says what he says, isn't giving boehner some cover to make the deal that there are some conservative media people out there with some influence that will give him some backup? it seems like solid messaging. >> my little kids use. >> has he lost his influence or just as strong. will he play into this? >> i don't think he's lost the influence that he should have. and he is a key to that super pac money. the super pac money is the big problem here that looms large over the reelections of many of these tea party republic
. >> clearly the deficit is a drag on our economy. and we can't continue to spend money that we don't have. i don't want to box myself in. i don't want to box anybody else in. i think it's important for us to come to an agreement with the president. this is his opportunity to lead. >> any word from the speaker, every word from the president being analyzed for hidden meanings. here's a quick snapshot. >> when he is not willing to negotiate on is raising taxes on the wealthiest americans. and that is where the battle lines will be drawn. >> the president's language is important. his words, i'm not wedded to every detail. i'm open to compromise. open to new ideas. but we are not going to do something that doesn't deal with the tax cuts. >> i think the tone of this is pretty good especially from the speaker this morning when he said, you know, i'm not going to box myself in. and i don't want to box the president in. >> let's get straight to our own kate bolduan, she's here with an excellent, excellent panel. >> excellent, excellent. i like the double excellent panel of unsolicited advice today. m
. the terrible presentation about the weak economy has hurt sales. this is a trade down play. a weak economy is supposed to help sales. we also hear from walmart, gap, and target. and these three have been on a tear. can we continue? i think the storm might impact how well they're doing and i fear these stocks are all too high. maybe you sell some wednesday? on the other hand, the stock of ross stores has been horrendous already. maybe that one can bounce on thursday morning. i do think it's cheap and it has great growth. friday morning foot locker reports. as foot locker goes so goes nike. we have the goldman sachs industrial conference that starts monday. we think that china is turning. how much? how soon? we'll find out next week. tuesday's best buy. they're having an analyst day and this one should be down right comical. company is challenged everywhere. previous management wants to buy the company back, amazon. then we get the credit suisse. we will get the best of the best at this conference which is the biggest of the year for that sector. it also tells you what is big in the pharma p
of reasons, including it will be damaging to the economy. we learned recently that president obama in august of 2011 was kind of ready to do a nixon goes to china moment on entitlements and i think that's still on the table. have real entitlement reform. on taxes it's as bill clinton said. it's simple math. spending is at 24% of gdp. taxes are at about 15% of gdp right now. even the most conservative member of congress only proposes to bring spending down to say 20% or even 19% of gdp. you still have a 4% to 5% gap. that represents hundreds of billions of dollars that has to be made up. even if you assume growth could get back to 3%, that won't make up the gap. so taxes have to be on the table. there's no way to get around that if you want to actually deal with the fiscal crisis that we have. and what is most heartening to me is to learn today that the president is willing to take this show on the road, to go out into the states and make the case and actually reinforce that mandate he has and make republicans realize that those that want to work with him will be rewarded as people who are tr
, will have the least positive impact on our economy. >> the president expressed confidence and urged action in reaching a deal to avoid the sudden increase of taxes and the imposition of spending cuts in january. but he reiterated time and again that he will not balance the budget on the backs of the middle class. saying that the election proved that the american people are behind him. >> when it comes to how we reduce our deficit, i argued for a balanced, responsible approach. and part of that included making sure that the wealthiest americans pay a little bit more. i think every voter out there understood that that was an important debate. and the majority of voters agreed with me. >> not just election results, though. new polling suggests the president has the upper hand going into the latest budget battle. in a new washington post/pew poll, 51% predict the president and republicans will not reach an agreement in time. 53% say republicans will bear more of the blame if no deal is struck. but at today's press conference it was another blame game that drew the president's ire, defending su
. >> reporter: the economy could go off that cliff. so what exactly is the fiscal cliff? it is a nightmare combination of tax hikes and spending cuts that congress and the president agreed to. to force themselves into a compromise. but so far, they have not agreed on anything. so barring a last-minute fix at the stroke of midnight on new year's eve, the bush tax cuts expire. the alternative minimum tax kicks in. more than half of all married couples with two children would owe an additional $4,000 in taxes per year, for those with three children or more, that jumps to $4700, on top of that, the payroll tax cut would expire, so add on a 2% tax increase for most workers, with automatic spending cuts in a thousand government programs, including defense, medicare, extended unemployment benefits. everything but veteran's benefits and social security pension. congress says that action would act as a break on the economy, throwing it back into recession and could cause a market crash. >> people watching very closely is can the administration actually tackle those fiscal issues, or is there a risk
with house speaker john boehner. to begin talks on how to prevent the country's economy from going over the so-called fiscal cliff. both boehner and snart majority leader harry reid sounded conciliatory notes yesterday. >> mr. president, this is your moment. we're ready to be led. not as democrats or republicans, but as americans. >> it's better to dance than to fight. it's better to work together. >> boehner even opened the door to raising new revenues, code for taxes, though not through tax rates. he does put on some conditions. >> in order to garner republican support for new revenues, the president must be willing to reduce spending and shore up entitlement programs that are the primary drivers of our debt. >> so that is a shift in a negotiating position. now boehner suggested temporarily extending the current tax rates, pushing serious negotiations on a broader tax deal into 2013. while the president has hinted in the past that he's willing to include the issues of social security and medicare in the fiscal negotiations, what's not clear is whether the rest of his party is going to
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could it be that their fortune 500 and fewer ceos -- if we want our economy to flourish and grow, we must lift up women's leadership in our economy. very important. women in the academic world, women in health care, any subject you can name is more wholesome, more successful, more efficient with the involvement of women. and so women came to the polls, when women came to the polls last week, they registered their support for those who understood the challenges that women face. it's really, really a remarkable thing under the leadership of the women standing here, the voices of america's mothers, daughters and grandmothers will be heard. women are the breadwinners for our families in many cases, the small business owners in our communities, isn't that right? >> yes. >> and the workers that will spare our prosperity. holding jobs but are also creating jobs as entrepreneurs and owners. >> nancy pelosi just minutes after announcing she wants to stay on as the democratic leader and maybe not good news for steny hoyer. tim, what's the dynamic now because there had been a lot of speculation
not act, america's entire can economy will be at risk. america's ceos have a message for washington. >> the top priority for us so to advance policies that will get the economy growing again. >> the country has to have a higher rate of growth. that begins by addressing the fiscal cliff issue. >> at the white house today, 12 ceos. you may not recognize their faces, but their companies are awfully familiar. american express, proctor and gamble, walmart and ford just to name a few. so wouldn't you like to be a fly on the wall at the white house? ali velshi has more. >> there's three different groups here. the group going to the white house this afternoon, then the group going to the business round table. then there's a third group, which is a fix the debt group and they've got parody ads that are going on in newspapers, so business leaders all over are getting together, although they're not the most popular people in the america right now to start with. >> what do you expect them, let's concentrate on the meeting at the white house this afternoon with these 12 ceos and will the preside
people grows the economy. and the polls were not screwed to oversample democrats. and nate silver was not making up fake projections about the election to make conservatives feel bad. nate silver was doing math. and climate change is real. and rape really does cause pregnancy sometimes. and evolution is a thing. and benghazi was an attack on us, it was not a scandal by us. and nobody is taking away anyone's guns. and taxes have not gone up. and the deficit is dropping, actually. and saddam hussein did not have weapons of mass destruction. and the moon landing was real. and fema is not building concentration camps. and un election observers are not taking over texas. and moderate reforms of the regulations on the insurance industry and the financial services industry in this country are not the same thing as communism. listen, last night was a good night for liberals and for democrats for very obvious reasons, but it was also, possibly, a good night for this country as a whole. because in this country, we have a two-party system in government. and the idea is supposed to be that th
the gloves. you've got the -- >> you don't cut back on the painkiller when the economy is bad, do you? >> no. no. >> it's not safe, right? >> absolutely not. what you need here is when the economy is bad and the stock market goes down, extra shot of this, only administered through the dentist but not through the veterinarian. >> then the newer products. everyone knows when we had the flu, although this year the flu is not that bad apparently. >> well, it's not that bad also because a lot more of american population are taking the flu vaccine. we have tremendous prevention. having said that, one of the areas that henry schein built our reputation on is the notion of a sepsis control. in the late '80s when this became important and aids started appearing, we came out with handbooks for doctors and dentists explaining how they can add sterilization to their office. that is still the backbone of henry schein. >> whether we think about the runaway health care costs, there are not many companies that do much to help. you do. you cut costs. >> well, our goal is twofold. one is our goal is to insure
for the economy. now it's a very different situation. now every american is facing a tax increase on january 1st. military sequester will hit by the end of the year if they don't do anything. the impetus is there to get a deal done. i'm confident that something can happen. if you look at all the pieces, it can be negotiated fairly easily. >> does boehner have -- and i'm going to be blunt here. there always was this is eric cantor going to undermine him? that always was the conventional wisdom in washington whether that was fair or unfair. >> well, i would say that's kind of unfair. a lot of this happens behind the scenes as you know. during the debate last year, during the discussion last year they were on the same page, knew a tax increase couldn't get through the house. it was a matter of simple math. >> this time it can? >> i don't know that a tax increase can. are there ways to increase revenue? absolutely. speak speaker boehner tried to negotiate a very fine line and almost got there. >> jim manley, i moderated a debate in ohio, senator brown and josh mandel, and i asked senator brown point
from today, to keep social security intact and get the economy back and growing, everyone has to take a little bit of a hit, whether it's the private equity guy with his carried interest exclusion and the $750,000 home morn tax deduction, which is completely absurd. that doesn't help the middle class. they all have to happen. if everyone is -- you saw bob corker last week or over the weekend. there are a lot of sensible people out there. i think sensible minds will prevail. this is just a fiscal cliff. it pushes it off to july 4th to be patriotic with an agreement and framework to work towards a big deal. it is only this artificial construct we're talking about now. what we need to get for everybody to be happy and the markets to be happy and the chinese and the japanese and the bonds and everybody else to be happy is we need to know that actually america's finances are on solid footing, will be on solid footing. medicare is there in some form. social security is there in some form. that's what everyone has to work towards. the lift that people will have in terms of optimism, i think,
are going to continue to work part time until we see a real resurgence in this economy, certainly. because it's just not economical for the employer to move ahead. it's cheaper for them, in fact, to pay a $2,000 fine. imagine this, to pay $2,000 for an employee they didn't hire who they've hired and not put them on an employee-sponsored insurance plan. this is the exact reversefect of what we had, you know, been told would occur. but we should be used to that, because so much of the -- so many of the consequences have not been intended because they were never thought out by this congress, the previous congress. and we're looking at people saying it's partisanship. let me give you an example of why that's pure bull, shannon, many i fay. shannon: please do. >> one of the companies laying off people is a company called stryker, one of the medical device makers, one of the biggest in the world. well, stryker is going to close -- well, it's already, in fact, closed a facility in orchard park, new york. they're eliminating 96 jobs. they've announced that because of obamacare and the tax on medic
're the republican party of opportunity for everybody, that's where we ought to be among the part of the economy that needs help the most. >> david, i want to ask you about something else the congressman said today. abc asked him whether or not the president had a mandate. here's what he had to say. >> the president wins 300 some electoral votes, every battleground state with the exception of north carolina. does barack obama now have a mandate? >> i don't think so, because they also re-elected the house republicans, so whether people intended or not, we've got divided government. >> you don't think it's a mandate here? >> i don't, because then they would have put nancy pelosi in charge of the house of representatives. >> david, do you buy that? democrats gain in both the house and the senate. the president won the popular vote, well over 300 electoral votes and by big majorities, they told exit pollsters they agree with the president's position on tax policy. >> well, whether the president has a mandate is a matter of opinion. whether he has power is a matter of fact. this president now has eno
going to be about whether the economy is truly bouncing back strongly or not. and if it is, then wall street will stop being upset at him. that the -- sorry. >> i was going to say, maybe part of it, "the wall street journal" argues today if they get a grand bargain then there's more certainty and the business community that is sitting on trillions of dollars in capital releases some of that hiring begins and so forth. >> not just that. the business community, there are rich people who don't want to see their taxes go up. if you go to people in business, and even on wall street, you talk to them about personal tax rates versus corporate tax rates and the business community, a lot of people would be willing to do -- would be perfectly happy to see individual rates in the business community if it was part of a big package that lowered corporate rates, one of the things that's what simpson-bowles was about and they were -- they would be fine with that and they are, i think, they're looking for if they -- they also want reassurance that tax reform piece which could include rates, rising on
. we have small businesses trying to recover that lost business, our economy took a hit. and so we have to make sure that long island is getting all the resources it needs to get back up on its feet, to keep the power on, to build the instruct, to get people in their homes to take care of the devastation that was inflicted on long island as a result of the storm. that's important not just for the people that i represent but for the continue. and long island and new york are a an important part of our economy. we want to make sure this is expedited and not just as a local priority. >> that's a long way to go. i want to take your attention back to capitol hill and the developments that we have seen there early this week since congress is back in session. nancy pelosi saying she would stay in her job as democratic leader as long as you stated in yours as the head of the democratic congressional campaign committee. now yesterday she was asked about the democratic leadership. but and i want to play some of what the exchange was and get your reaction to that. take a listen. >> some of your co
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